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Anonymous 🆘Iran on Twitter: "#IranRevolution Das Mullah Regime bekommt kaum Gegendemos organisiert. Trotz massiver Gewalt gehen immer mehr Menschen auf die Straße! Es wird zunehmend enger für die Mullahs. Die deutsche Politik muss laut werden und die Revolution unterstützen! #MahsaAmini #OpIran @AL3_hacker https://t.co/nxrxqvxsD5" / Twitter

“#IranRevolution Das Mullah Regime bekommt kaum Gegendemos organisiert. Trotz massiver Gewalt gehen immer mehr Menschen auf die Straße! Es wird zunehmend enger für die Mullahs. Die deutsche Politik muss laut werden und die Revolution unterstützen! #MahsaAmini #OpIran @AL3_hacker”

Iran 1979: a time of revolution – in pictures | World news | The Guardian

The Observer photographer David Newell Smith visited Iran in 1979, when Ayatollah Khomeini returned to Tehran from exile in Paris, ending the Shah’s rule. On the revolution’s anniversary, the Guardian’s Iran correspondent, Saeed Kamali Dehghan, chooses a selection of his photos

Iran magazine shoots from in 1970s show how women dressed pre-revolution | Daily Mail Online

Magazine shoots with Iranian models in the Seventies have resurfaced showing women in posing in Western clothes, fashionable hair styles and Hollywood-inspired make-up.

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Women join forces to protest against the hijab ruling in Tehran, Iran, 1979

In 1979, Hengameh Golestan was on hand to photograph thousands of women protesting against the compulsory hihab ruling on the streets of Tehran

Ayetullah Humeyni'nin devriminden önce İranlı bir kadın, 1960.  https://t.line.do/1ww/BT

“Ayetullah Humeyni'nin devriminden önce İranlı bir kadın, 1960. https://t.co/ooN2R8WVFr”

Iranian women are using Fashion in protest to wearing hijabs by force . Allowing the wind to blow through your hair is an offence punishable by law for women in Iran. The inhuman Islamic law is enforced pretty heavily and many woman are arrested or fined by police if they fail to cover up with the attire considered appropriate. But brave ladies are rebelling against the law which they feel is outdated and unfair.

Iranian women are using Fashion in protest to wearing hijabs by force . Allowing the wind to blow through your hair is an offence punishable by law for women in Iran. The inhuman Islamic law is enforced pretty heavily and many woman are arrested or fined by police if they fail to cover up with the attire considered appropriate. But brave ladies are rebelling against the law which they feel is outdated and unfair.

Students at University of Tehran 1971

“Students from the University of Tehran, Iran ...before the Islamic Revolution (1971) #Iran”